Tyndall National Institute - Conference Items

Tyndall National Institute - Conference Items

 

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  • Normani, Niccolo; Urru, Andrea; Abraham, Lizy; Walsh, Michael; Tedesco, Salvatore; Cenedese, Angelo; Susto, Gian Antoino; O'Flynn, Brendan (2018-03)
    Hand motion tracking traditionally requires highly complex and expensive systems in terms of energy and computational demands. A low-power, low-cost system could lead to a revolution in this field as it would not require ...
  • Scanlon, Shauna; Messina, Walter; Moore, Eric; Rothwell, Sharon; Harrison, Scott (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2017-10)
    This work reports on the development of an electrochemical sensor for on-line caffeine detection using screen printed graphite electrodes. The effects of solution pH and pre-treatment procedures on electrode performance ...
  • O'Keeffe, Rosemary; O'Murchu, Cian; Mathewson, Alan; Gnecchi, Salvatore; Buckley, Steve (2018-04)
    Obstacle detection has become a very important area of interest for the automotive industry due to the move towards autonomous vehicles. Since the environment the vehicle has to navigate is ever changing the current best ...
  • O'Keeffe, Rosemary; Gnecchi, Salvatore; Buckley, Steve; O'Murchu, Cian; Mathewson, Alan; Lesecq, Suzanne; Foucault, Julie (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018-06)
    Obstacle detection and avoidance is a huge area of interest for autonomous vehicles and, as such, has become an important research topic. Detecting and identifying obstacles enables navigation through an ever changing ...
  • Vafa, Elham; Holdsworth, John; Sharafutdinova, Galiya; Andersson-Engels, Stefan (Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), 2017)
    The optical performance of a volume scanner is analyzed using modelling software. The existence of an embedded scattering volume with a 2.5% difference in scattering coefficient from the host media may be detected.

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